Ecstasy or MDMA (also known as Molly) is a synthetic hallucinogen that acts as both a stimulant and a psychedelic. According to the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), when you use it, it makes you feel more energetic, distorts time and perception, and enhances your enjoyment of touch. Ecstasy can be pills or powder and has a variety of logos and colors. People who use it usually swallow, crush, or snort it.
What is a Speedball?A “speedball” is a mixture of stimulant and depressant drugs, most commonly heroin and cocaine. The mixture is typically injected into the veins but may also be snorted simultaneously. Known for the intense high it produces, this drug combination is especially dangerous and can cause serious side effects, overdose, or death.
Updated on August 7th, 2020 Polysubstance abuse is a common practice. Although any type of drug use can be detrimental to a person’s health and well-being, polydrug abuse is associated with a significant number of negative health and societal issues. Polysubstance abuse is a common practice. Although any type of drug use can be detrimental […]
Molly (the street name for Ecstasy/MDMA) is a synthetic drug and a party pill that can either be a powder or a pill. It may be a variety of different colors and is typically swallowed, crushed, or snorted. It is a stimulant and a hallucinogen that increases sensory experiences and feelings of empathy and closeness […]
Updated on August 24th, 2020 Often we think about drug abuse in terms of all the immediate harmful effects it causes, such as violent and irrational behavior, irresponsible driving, and the short-term physical changes that accompany a high. But it’s also important to remember that long-term drug abuse can also cause serious medical problems, dependence, […]
What Are Synthetic Drugs? Synthetic drugs, also referred to as designer drugs, street drugs, or party drugs, are man-made substances that are manufactured to chemically resemble illicit drugs.1 Although all drug abuse is dangerous, synthetic drugs are particularly hazardous, as the manufacturers of these drugs are constantly modifying the chemicals used to make them in […]